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A Singular Experience for Singles By Mariah Proctor

They just wanted to plan one amazing trip that could also be a service opportunity, but it turned into something so much bigger.

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Most Current Articles in Family

Your Hardest Family Question: My husband won’t talk to our kids during our separation

We agreed to set up a visitation, he only sees them for the weekly visits at his place, but never calls outside of that. Should I be worried about the kids having less contact with their dad?

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Meat is What’s for Dinner

Grilling is a great way to cook meals for your family and friends, and the following recipes are to help you make every person a happy one.

By Dennis Weaver
Discovering the Word of Wisdom: Wheat for Man

Our day is the only time in history when so many people have the option of replacing grains with foods that the Lord did not ordain as the staff of life. This is the day when we most need this wisdom.

By Jane Birch
Summer Romance: A Good Idea?

Why not engage in a deep, passionate relationship with the boy that is only in town until he returns to school, why not enjoy, for a moment, a relationship that is totally impractical?

By JeaNette Goates Smith
Why I chose to live a “double life”

For whatever reason, call it faith, naiveté, clinical psychosis, I decided after having a boy and a girl and a boy, to have another boy, another girl, then another boy all over again.

By Margaret Anderson
Household Tips: How to Clean a Microwave

Joni Hilton is your youtube Mom who shows you a slick way to make cleaning a microwave easy.

By Joni Hilton
FamilySearch Volunteers Break Single-Day Participant Record

FamilySearch indexing volunteers love a good challenge and once again have banded together to obliterate a record—this time the high mark for the most indexing and arbitration volunteers participating in a single day.

New FamilySearch/Overland Travel Collaboration Makes finding Pioneer Ancestry Easier

The Church History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is pleased to announce an exciting collaborative effort between their Overland Travel website and the FamilySearch website.

By The LDS Newsroom
Unraveling the Allure of “Bad Boys”

Whether it’s art imitating life or vice versa, society at large seems to agree with a prevalent theme of pop culture: nice guys and good girls are boring, while bad boys and "girls gone wild" are attractive and exciting.

By Jonathan Decker